Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
Page 12
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t»AU« TWMLVfc ALTON EVlSNlNtt TELEGRAPH fine two By JUDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Brottfleld ^f OH, HOW HE WUST HAT6 (Af f 1 JUST HOPE H« DOESN'T «0 TOO fiA* AWAY/ To vou* WHAT'S YOUR *Mt (SUfSS, MK.,SAXON? TRX TO PUT >OU(?SELP IN Eppirs PLACE ANP REAP HIS /WIND. J'MNOMINP-RBWW, BUNNY, BUT... I THINK" IV JUST «fT OUT OF TOWN ANP TAKE A JOB THIS MESS FOR A WHILE — AND THEN REORGANIZE MV THOU6HTS... THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs CAM KUEVE TMI BUT CAM M3U PRO/IDE NEMOY IS USED TO MICE THIM6S, YOU KMOW. AS A LOCAL 713*115 PRO WHAT SORTOP FUTUK6 DO YOU HM/6 ? OR. HILL,: DOU'T KNOW QUALIRED10 MARKY DWJ0HTK, WTI DO LOVEHK/ I ADMIT W A«CT« ARCS YOUUS MAM, I'D 61VE A LOT 1 / CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner BLAZfc5,V0U LOOK GtW YOiri* WEMXEREP fREW WELL. VDUR5ELF. EASVt VER.,IM HOPPNA Off WITH IMS IA5TIM. VATIONtP M JAPANi FOUR HAVE ALifW FLOWN 10 AM AMKICAK) MMOM OKINAWA. THE LAST TWO ARE MAKM* A LONGER JUMP.,*? AlASKAt BV (MV OFAMK! THE IONS HOP FROM WAK& EA9V5 PUMJE WEARS TOKYO VISITIMd INTO TWO OW5! THERE'S WO ONtFD RATHER 6EE THAN Big TUCKER 1 . ITS KEEN YEAR*! THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith PIP ^OtA PUANT * YEARS OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY I'M 6BTTIM' READY FOR HGRBIE'S BlRTHCAV PARTV-l'VE CSOT MV SHOES SHIWBD AM' MOW I'M O.EAKJIM' SOME. SPOTS PANTS/ WEU,THAT* FIWE, BUT SOU 5HOULPA WORKEP VOUR WAV DOWKt FROM THE TOP INSTEAD OF UP FROM THE BOTTOM / aiNate CONTEST AMD AKJ ALL-EXP£MS6S-PAIDVACATIO^ AT LAWS WANNA00HOMBB LOD6E / £SAD, VJILL g£ BXTK&M61.Y JSAt-OUS IFSHB 0FTH15/-~I.-«IMKT 1 U_TELI. X'M SOIWSTOATEMD THE WORRY WART FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser UW-AW/ 1^ JUSTSTOP RIGHT THERE / THERE'S NOTHING ) MORe SLOVENLY LOOKING THAN A YOUNG MAN WHO ^ SLINKS AROUND WITH HIS HANDS IN MIS ROCKETS ALLTHE —I TIME/ NOW--HANDS OUT— 7H\ ~~ YOU MAY ADDRESSAVBU." ME/ AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar .Martin MO Bflftt BOLT By John Calteft Murphy I fQU MWV X (MlfMBiP WITH ffMN' .MMUdtHi-tvwitrovHt^ ^•XOOPMdTMEff/ ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin ..PEE (MLY,., *WP MOSTLY t CO RIVETS By George Sixta JAMHi RIVETS MUSI BE THIRSTY. vow o/v/e FWHATCAN J USE, \ I MOAA??...MIS L V ffkN >S OOM1- y^ OH—USB SPRINKUM6 CAN... A urne IN HIM Z HAD TO OET QUITE A BIT ON HIM.../ TIIE BERRYS By Carl Orubert WELL, JACKIE ....TO THE AVERAGE PERSON, INFLATION MEANS.-,. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEE WHAT HE MAKES AND WHAT HE SPENDS.... IS WHAT HE OWES HEX POP/ WHAT IS INFLATION* HENRY By Carl Anderson UNCLE SAItsTO BE READV, EARLY IN TWE AAOONIN&. AMD HE WILL. TAKE YOU FISHING- DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney Junior Editors Quiz on THAT SOUNDED LIKE A ..AUyBE UNCA OONAUO UNICA OID VOU JUST HEAR A RJNNX MOISE? SHH.-l DIDNT HEAR ANVTHINC&... GO 0ACK TO True Life Adventures MI |^ft JUL* Itf, Jumbo CrosfStltch More fun lhan work! Whip up two pocket-pretty apron* with nitf cross-stitch, rickrack trim. Jumbo cross-stitch (2 and 3 to inrhi makes lightning-swift decoration for two apron* with PH.V, provincial charm. Pattern 8ifi: transfer; apron direction*. Send US cent* (rofn«) for thin pattern—add 8 cent* (or each pattern for first damn mailing. Mend to Alton Telegraph, M, Need If era ft Oept., P.O. Box 101, Old Chelaea .Station, New York It, IV. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Addrm*. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready Now! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifls bazaar hits. In the Jwok FREf. —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Popular Culottes PRINTED PATTEHIS QUESTION: Bow <Hdth»elo(ulMg9ttWrnan9»? - ANSWERt AN oloudf *r. nad«if>of lot Prytttli. But sot all cloud* look thtHMM^ Thwt , typM, but tbt four pWef one* art etrrut, aimbui, ttritM mA eumubw. The** atrne* deaorib* th* amMitfino* of tb* otow> The name* ur* Latin. Cirru* m*n* otirl or ringlet of hair Mt It ddtoribe* Uw curly white cloud* of too «ry*t»l* whiok foim five to tea vile* above the earth'* lurtoe. 0tratu* WMM •pretd out aod It dewrlbe* the larffi fpf -UM oloud* vhtob ceoerally form olo*e to the earth. Cvanuiu* meaM btap awl • dewribe* ttie heapod-up muie* of puffy whit* cloud* that float aoro** the alor oa » » ummer day, about a mile abovo too aaii*, Nimbu* i* th* name the Roman* gave to tb* rain oloud, «U0k it a rather chapele** oloud formatloawltbaheavyooooeatntioi af motrtur* to the lower half of th* cloud. Thl* turn* Into falliif rala drop*. loleotUt* tumiaj tL* «l««di Mod Latti ------ FOR YOU TO DOt Watch the eloodf aad f** how Uw I (Tra^ WowboM of Arila***. V*.. wto« tlO ferttto (. Illtt mur uuaftipoon apSwtrdto Violet Moore WHIM, Al> Nawt faatuTM, la ear* of thi* nawinipar* V dupli«at*tuatttaBf T-Jf Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Fashion's newest hit! Step smartly in culottes — they com- Dine the ease of pants with the 'lattery of a skirt. Make them n gay cotton for summer, rayon for fall or buck to campus. Tomorrow's pattern: Half-size style. Printed Pattern 4823: Waist Sizes 24, 25, 2$ 28, 30, 32, 34. Size 28 takes 3% yards 45-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part Easier, accurate. Send M cento In coins for thi« pattern—add 19 cento (or each >attern for flr»i-ola«s mailing, lend to Anne Adamw, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern D0pt., 148 W. 17tn St.. New York 1, N, Y. Print plstaly NMne, BUe, What a lot of „. need is a spare rod for ipoUed children. DAJfEl APPiWCUTK WHAT UTTLC TV THBV 00 UK Despite a meaner menu of wing, Oanai are still buying TV «et» in rapidly loorwiing umbers, Copenhagen reports, rht Qaoifb suta TV has just ssuwd llcenie application num- b«r 400,000, representing a par apitA ratio of one set for wtfy 10 people, although there we y two. hours of televiiiun >Uy in the country. W&m Ada OiiJy

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